Meet the Trustees
Meet Western's Board of Trustees
Meyer M. Saltzman
Re-appointed December 2012 • Term expires December 2016
Meyer Saltzman is a certified public accountant and partner with Saltzman Hamma Nelson Massaro LLP, an accounting and consulting firm in Denver, which he founded in 1975 and merged with a national firm in 1997. His practice areas include litigation support, business formation, capital acquisition, business valuation, and real estate matters. He also is a Diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Accounting and holds a Colorado real estate broker’s license. Saltzman also is involved with a variety of philanthropic, community, and professional organizations. Among those are the Caring for Colorado Foundation, the National Jewish Fund’s Mountain States Council, Community Associations Institute, and Colorado Concern, a political action committee for improving the economy, education, and quality of life in Colorado.
Pamela A. Shaddock, J.D.
Appointed December 2015 • Term expires December 2019
Pam Shaddock is an attorney who has resided in Colorado for over 30 years. Her work life includes 20 years of active legal practice and five years as an educator teaching at levels spanning 7th grade students to undergraduate students at the University of Alaska. Most recently, she has spent ten years in public service. In 2003 she was elected to an At-Large seat on the Greeley City Council and thereafter, served as the Regional Director in 11 Northeastern Colorado counties for United States Senator Mark Udall. She’s committed to the betterment of Colorado’s rural communities as reflected by her experiences as President of the Weld County Bar Association and Co-Chairperson of statewide Colorado Rural Legal Services. Her background in the non-profit arena includes terms as Chairperson of Weld County United Way and of Hospice and Palliative Care of Northern Colorado. She represented the city of Greeley on its Downtown Development Authority and on the board of Upstate Colorado, the economic development arm for Weld County. With a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Colorado and a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from the University of Nebraska, she is a dedicated advocate for that special place that is Western State Colorado University.